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Ever wanted to know what the staff at the RSC get up to? In this blog our publishing editors describe some of the interesting activities they are working on, and let you know what it's really like to work at a leading international scientific publishers. You can also hear from the development editors in our publishing team, and find out what exciting ...
These monthly newsletters aim to keep all member networks updated with news describing how to get involved, as well as information of relevant events, services and new initiatives from the RSC Networks Team. If you require further information about any of the items in the newsletter, or have any comments or ideas for content please contact the ...
Demystifying Synthetic Organic Laboratory Techniques or  'Not Voodoo X.4' For everything you ever need to know about synthetic organic chemistry practical advice and tips:  http://chem.chem.rochester.edu/~nvd/?page=home The site 'Not Voodoo X'   has just been updated  http://www2.chem.rochester.edu/~nvd/new/index.php  and the ...
Is science sometimes in danger of getting tunnel vision? Recently published ebook author, Ian Miller, looks at other possible theories arising from data that we think we understand. Can looking problems in a different light give scientists a different perspective?
Overwhelmed by the available chemistry resources? Looking for new chemistry teaching ideas? Elementary Articles is the place for chemistry, education, and everything else. Elementary Articles is the official blog for the RSC's Learn Chemistry  – your home for chemistry education resources and activities.
Ever wanted to know what we get up to on the RSC graduate scheme? In this blog, members of our graduate scheme describe some of the interesting (or unusual!) activities and projects they are working on, as well as what it is like to work in a variety of departments across the RSC. Find out more about the RSC Graduate Scheme here  
 Here, I hope to highlight the emerging scientific developments in the field of Chemistry and also my journey as a researcher. I obtained my PhD at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India. My doctoral work revolved around understanding solute dynamics in complex fluids like ionic liquids by employing time resolved fluorescence techniques. ...
In 2009, the Royal Society of Chemistry signed a cooperation agreement with the State Administration for Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA), a division of the Chinese Government. As part of a wider governmental initiative to enhance the global impact of Chinese science and China’s higher education institutions, the RSC and SAFEA provide funding for ...
The Royal Society of Chemistry is pleased to collaborate with the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology based in London (CSCST-UK)  to sponsor two young scientists* based in the UK to go back to China to seek collaboration or get further experience and skills to enhance their research project in the UK. These travel grants are given ...
"Knowledge is universal but opprotunity is not" Here I share with you my passionate journey in the world of fragrances!!
The Careers team have invited guest bloggers to share their chemistry careers stories.
The life and times of a younger member volunteer and medicinal chemist.
Updates from the The Royal Society of Chemistry's Wikimedian in Residence, Andy Mabbett.
Updates from  175 Faces of Chemistry . Showcasing diversity within the chemical sciences.
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Hi, my name is Amy, and i am a self confessed Chemistry nerd, and life long science enthustist, come and read my blog as I document my time at through college and university as I study chemistry to become a chemistry teacher. Please note, glasses are optional
"It's all gone wrong for me" 1 - no, not the hungover cry of the ethanol-loving undergraduate, but the familiar wail of another lab cock up. Mine, sometimes; yours, occasionally; and historic, from time to time.   1 Bill Bailey, 2001
Hi there, I am Sara.I hail from the sunny regions of South India, where no one may tread without being armed with an audacious amount of sunscreen. Unless of course the person wants to look like a wheather-beaten tomato; whatever floats your boat. India the land of exotic,intricate jewellery,dance and sculptures, and is the owner of my heart. Actually, ...
A chance to find out about the activities hosted by the different RSC Networks. From the 35 Local Sections and 75 Interest Groups to RSC Reps and International Sections, this blog should give you a taster of the 500 events organised each year by the various RSC Networks for both RSC members and the public. If you've recently held an RSC event and would ...
Find out about all the exciting activities and meetings that the RSC Organic Division are involved in, including many local, national and international meetings, symposia and conferences on topics of interest to organic chemists. You can visit  our forum  and join in the discussions to learn and share information relevant to ...
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